Yellowing And Wilted Lilac Leaves

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I recently transplanted a lilac bush from one section of my yard to another. Since the transplant my once very healthy lilac has started turning yellow and the leaves look wilted. When I transplanted I put compost around the roots. Could this have damaged the lilac? If so, how can I fix it? Or is theres a different problem causing this?

Megan Bettelon Asked by Megan Bettelon 3 months, 3 days ago
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Answer #1 · Stephen Robson's Answer · Lilac is consistently agitated by fine molds, however they do little harm to the plant in a run of the mill year. Many kinds of fine buildup just aim obscure symptoms, including twisted or misshaped leaves, well before the trademark white fine parasitic bodies show up, making early distinguishing proof precarious. https://www.assignmentland.co.uk/buy-assignment-online)

Stephen Robson Answered by Stephen Robson 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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